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Trump, Having Denounced Amazon’s Shipping Deal, Orders Review of Postal Service

Trump, Having Denounced Amazon’s Shipping Deal, Orders Review of Postal Service

A post office in Shelbyville, Ky. President Trump issued an executive order on Thursday demanding an evaluation of the Postal Service’s finances.
Ryan Tries to Ensure Orderly Succession, but Unrest Simmers

Ryan Tries to Ensure Orderly Succession, but Unrest Simmers

Representatives Steve Scalise of Louisiana, left, the Republican whip, and Kevin McCarthy, the majority leader, are the two leading candidates to succeed Paul D. Ryan.
Oklahoma Teachers End Walkout After Winning Raises and Additional Funding

Oklahoma Teachers End Walkout After Winning Raises and Additional Funding

Oklahoma teachers (above, protesting in the Capitol last week) plan to return to the classroom, though they acknowledge that their walkout fell short of its goals.
In Nobel Scandal, a Man Is Accused of Sexual Misconduct. A Woman Takes the Fall.

In Nobel Scandal, a Man Is Accused of Sexual Misconduct. A Woman Takes the Fall.

Sara Danius, left, after leaving the Swedish Academy on Thursday. The scandal that prompted her ouster “has already affected the Nobel Prize quite severely,” she said.
Comey’s Memoir Offers Visceral Details on a President ‘Untethered to Truth’

Comey’s Memoir Offers Visceral Details on a President ‘Untethered to Truth’

President Trump and James B. Comey at the White House days after the inauguration.
Editorial: Mike Pompeo Works the Hill

Editorial: Mike Pompeo Works the Hill

Mike Pompeo testifying before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee on Thursday.
Op-Ed Contributor: Little to Cheer About

Op-Ed Contributor: Little to Cheer About

Cincinnati Ben-Gals cheerleaders in 2009. Laura Vikmanis is at far right.
Justice Dept. Can’t Tie Police Funding to Help on Immigration, Judge Rules

Justice Dept. Can’t Tie Police Funding to Help on Immigration, Judge Rules

A federal judge in Los Angeles ruled that the Justice Department cannot require that local police departments help immigration agents in order to receive federal funding.
Pruitt’s New Deputy: A Coal Lobbyist Steeped in Washington’s Ways

Pruitt’s New Deputy: A Coal Lobbyist Steeped in Washington’s Ways

Andrew Wheeler in Washington in November. He is seen as low-key and effective in the art of pursuing policy change.
Overdose Antidote Is Supposed to Be Easy to Get. It’s Not.

Overdose Antidote Is Supposed to Be Easy to Get. It’s Not.

Beth Kennedy hugs her daughter after a meeting at a drug-treatment program. Ms. Kennedy tried to buy naloxone at a pharmacy but was discouraged by the druggist’s response.
Is Trump Serious About Trade War? China’s Leaders Hunt for Answers

Is Trump Serious About Trade War? China’s Leaders Hunt for Answers

The Yangshan container port in Shanghai. China’s trade surplus with the United States has soared.
Op-Ed Columnist: The Paul Ryan Story: From Flimflam to Fascism

Op-Ed Columnist: The Paul Ryan Story: From Flimflam to Fascism

Paul Ryan speaking to reporters in Washington on Wednesday.
Op-Ed Columnist: A Renaissance on the Right

Op-Ed Columnist: A Renaissance on the Right

Identity politics has gained traction on the left and the right.
At E.P.A., Pruitt’s ‘Sheriff’ Clashed With Critics of Spending

At E.P.A., Pruitt’s ‘Sheriff’ Clashed With Critics of Spending

Pasquale Perrotta, fifth from left in a suit jacket and dark blue shirt, leads the security detail for the E.P.A. administrator, Scott Pruitt, center, and was central to spending decisions that have
Janice Dickinson at Cosby Trial: ‘Here Was America’s Dad on Top of Me’

Janice Dickinson at Cosby Trial: ‘Here Was America’s Dad on Top of Me’

The former model Janice Dickinson, 63, testified at Bill Cosby’s sexual assault retrial, telling the jury that the entertainer had drugged and raped her in 1982.
Nonfiction: James Comey Has a Story to Tell. It’s Very Persuasive.

Nonfiction: James Comey Has a Story to Tell. It’s Very Persuasive.

James B. Comey testified to the House Intelligence Committee in March 2017. He was fired by the president on May 9.